Optimizing Body Temperature and Thyroid Function with Hormones, Botanicals and Nutrition
Each year, 34,000 potential patients visit Restorative Medicine and an affiliate web site or call a 24-hour phone referral system looking for a Certified Provider. Certification is an elective option for AARM members and is an excellent means to build your practice.
Medical providers can obtain Certification in Restorative Medicine by attending required classes scheduled at the Restorative Medicine Pre-conference. This full day of seminars encompasses an evidence-based review of thyroid function including treatment protocols for optimizing thyroid health, using Triiodothyronine, botanicals and nutritional medicines to support the thyroid system. The speakers are experienced clinicians and experts in thyroid physiology.
Certification in Restorative Medicine verifies that practitioners have completed the training and have passed an on-line examination. Once certified, practitioners are eligible to participate in our Medical Provider Referral Program. Certified Practitioners have the benefit of a more robust listing by offering contact information and website links to potential patients.
To qualify for Certification in Restorative Medicine you must meet the following requirements:
- Attend required lectures at the fall conference
- Complete and pass the on-line examination within 4 weeks after the conference.
- Maintain certification by keeping current with updated lectures at pre-conference intensives at our annual conference at least once every three years.
The American Board of Restorative Medicine is a program committee that oversees the certification and maintenance of certification for medical providers in Restorative Medicine.
Medical Providers that pass the exam and meet all of the requirements above will be mailed a certificate toward the end of October. You will want to become a member of AARM to be part of our referral program and get listed as a Certified Restorative Medicine Provider on RestorativeMedicine.org and WilsonsSyndrome.com.